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'Supporting Internet Explorer is hell': Web developers identify top needs – new survey

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Why wasn't IE killed with fire years ago?

This evening, from my home in Lower Hutt New Zealand, I admired a beautiful if somewhat red sun - the effect in our atmosphere from the scrub burning in NSW some 2,200 km (~1400miles) away. While most of this material will be relatively benign and potentially beneficial, it does remind me of the widespread effects of pollution especially from things burning.

There are some things so toxic that they should not be burnt ever - not even in the core of the sun. Launch them at an enemy solar system (preferably even outside our galaxy), but don't burn them in our own.

IE is a level of toxic that should only be burnt in another universe.

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